Ken McKenna one of the league’s foremost players and managers is the next person to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
McKenna started his Welsh career at Conwy United where he scored 38 goals in 35 matches during the 1994/95 season – a record which still stands today at Y Morfa.
He joined Bangor City in 1997/98 and score in the Welsh Cup final against Connah’s Quay as the Citizens lifted the cup for the first time in 23 years.
After moving to Llansantffraid as a player the following season he played a vital role as TNS clinched the championship in 2000 and took the reigns as manager of the club in 2001.
As manager he led TNS to three consecutive league titles in 2004/05, 2005/06 and 2006/07 as well as the Welsh Cup in 2005 and led the club into Europe on seven successive seasons.
McKenna left his role as TNS manager in 2008 and following stints at Cammell Laird and Altrincham he is the current Morecambe assistant manager.
On this day in 1924 Wales played Scotland in a British Home Championships at Ninian Park in Cardiff, in a rare occasion where both international captains were Cardiff City players